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German - English (British) translations for "einsam"

"einsam" German translation





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Meaning: lonely

Er fühlt sich einsam.

He feels lonely.

Meaning: solitary

Sie lebt in einem einsamen Haus am See.

She lives in a solitary house by the lake.

Meaning: isolated

Das Dorf ist einsam gelegen.

The village is isolated.

Meaning: desolate

Die Gegend war einsam und verlassen.

The area was desolate and abandoned.

Meaning: alone

Ich möchte lieber allein sein und mich einsam fühlen.

I'd rather be alone and feel lonely.


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A1: Ich bin einsam.

A1: I am lonely.

A1: Sie fühlt sich einsam.

A1: She feels lonely.

A1: Er ist oft einsam.

A1: He is often lonely.

B1: Die alte Frau lebt einsam in ihrem Haus.

B1: The old woman lives alone in her house.

B1: Nach der Trennung fühlte er sich sehr einsam.

B1: After the breakup, he felt very lonely.

B1: Einsame Menschen suchen oft nach Gesellschaft.

B1: Lonely people often seek companionship.

C1: In der Abgeschiedenheit des Waldes fühlte sie sich einsamer als je zuvor.

C1: In the seclusion of the forest, she felt lonelier than ever before.

C1: Trotz vieler Freunde fühlt er sich manchmal einsam.

C1: Despite having many friends, he sometimes feels lonely.

C1: Die Einsamkeit kann eine große Belastung sein, besonders für ältere Menschen.

C1: Loneliness can be a great burden, especially for older people.

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The German adjective 'einsam' translates to 'lonely' in English. It describes the feeling of being alone or isolated, often accompanied by a sense of sadness or longing for companionship.

'Einsam' can refer to both physical and emotional loneliness. It can describe a person who is physically alone, such as someone living in a remote area with few people around. It can also describe a person who feels emotionally disconnected from others, even when surrounded by people.

The word 'einsam' carries a deeper connotation than just being alone. It implies a sense of longing for connection and the absence of meaningful relationships. It is often used to express the profound emotional state that comes with being truly lonely.

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